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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by sheepdawg, Jan 2, 2020.
Two & 1/2 men was the last network show my wife & I made sure to watch weekly.
My wife & I watched it in reruns until we knew the script by heart! It was still funny!
My childhood idol.
Being a kid raised in North Carolina I always wore a New York Mets hat, all the time and I got in many a fight for it...
RIP Tom, you are still my childhood idol and always will be.
Wow, I never watched an episode.
You can still catch it on reruns!
I'm not wanting to sit on the couch that much, I might not be able to get up...
Still early but our democracy.......??.
She was hilarious! She made that show successful, like Kramer's character made Seinfeld's show. Not saying either show wouldn't have been successful, just not as much so.
Oh man, how did this get by me?
Spencer Davis, 81
James Randi, 92 Known as The Amazing Randi.
Famous magician and debunker of all things "psychic" and paranormal.
That’s really sad (yes, I know he was 92) I loved James Randi- he was me of the foremost members of the skeptic community (those who believe that we should only accept things as true if they can be proven so with science and/or logic. Everything than cannot be proven to be true or false must be taken with an agnostic approach) Randi was definitely huge in attacking all the “psychics” and other mystical/paranormal blood suckers. He was definitely a hero of mine.
Hutton Gibson, father of Mel. A nasty character blessed with longevity by the devil. If you missed his demise this year at the age of almost 102, don’t feel bad.
That was in May, kind of late to the party.
We live in a constitutional republic, as said many years ago “if you can keep it.”
Jerry Jeff Walker, singer, songwriter, Mr. Bojangles. 78 years of age.
My uncle, Fred Simon, (namesake of Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steak Burgers) died Sunday, Oct. 25th at the age of 95.
If you've never eaten at a Freddy's, you're missing out on a good burger.
I have eaten at a Freddy's in the ATL metro area.
They are good. There are something like 350 stores spread out over 32 states and even a couple in Dubai.
I miss Freddy's. None where I live now, probably a good thing.
R.I P. Freddy.
Well. We have Freddy’s here in the Tulsa area. I’ve never eaten at one, though. I’ll have to make it a point to go there. Kind of reminds me of a combination of Culver’s in the Midwest and Steak and Shake.